‘Tyrese’ Darnell Gibson aka Black-Ty brings out a double disc album displaying not only his singing capabilities but also rapping
Since the album reflects two sides of him, he has opted for the rap name “Black Ty” which can be checked on his single “Get It In.” Besides “Get It In,” he has other singles including his first release “One” which is hott and “Turn Ya Out” featuring Lil’ Jon. Everyone from USA Today and The Washington Times are giving Tyrese a thumbs up on this album. USA Today gave him 3 stars, while The Washington Times called it “a noteworthy accomplishment.” So what more could one ask for? How about more fans to cop the album.
It’s stated that the concept was a two year project, which includes features from artists such as R. Kelly, Brian Michael Cox, Eric Dawking, Tony Dixon, Trick Steward, The Game, Snoop Dogg, Kurput, Method Man, Too Short and Mannie Fresh. Production for the album includes producer Manni Fresh, the infamous Scott Storch, All Star and members from Tyrese’s own in-house production company called “The Frontline Boyz”.
Will others be following in the steps of the claimed first R&B singer in history to make both a R&B and Rap CD? Will he be the only one who could pull something off like this? Time will be the judge.